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This Book is annotated it contains a detailed biography of the author An active Table of Contents has been added by the publisher for a better customer experience This book has been checked and corrected for spelling errors Richard Hunter, formerly Ragged Dick, continues to advance in the world through luck and excellent morals He, along with his friend Henry, moves into a better boarding house and then finds a promising job He is framed for theft by a jealous co worker and ends up in jail He is exonerated, given his job back, and then is promoted He eventually works his way up the ladder and becomes quite successful....

Title : Fame and Fortune (Annotated & Illustrated): The Progress of Richard Hunter (Ragged Dick)
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ISBN : 1549627821
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Independently published August 30, 2017
Number of Pages : 108 pages
File Size : 880 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Fame and Fortune (Annotated & Illustrated): The Progress of Richard Hunter (Ragged Dick) Reviews

  • LTAC
    2019-02-21 14:56

    The quality of this book is very poor. The font is very small and the print is very light, making it impossible to read. The one star rating doesn't reflect the content of the book. Do not purchase unless you want to strain your eyes.

  • Peggy Clift
    2019-03-08 15:02

    Fame and Fortune is a charming continuation of Alger's best-known book, "Ragged Dick." It furthers the story of Richard Hunter, now a bookkeeper for a wealthy merchant, and Henry Fosdick, a clerk in a hat and cap store and tutor of Dick. The story is one of adventures (learning to interact with people at his boarding house, attending Ida Greyson's party, acquiring real estate,) and misadventures (with his enemies, Rosewell Crawford and Micky Maguire). This book is just as good as Ragged Dick and the third in the series, "Mark the Matchboy," and it's too bad it's not more readily available to the public.

  • Geoff Puterbaugh
    2019-02-27 15:12

    I don't have much to add, except to note that Horatio Alger fans with a Kindle can get 57 of his novels for something like four bucks. :-)